3MissionAfghanistan Engineer District-North supports the BUILDING of Afghanistan by delivering timely and reasonable quality infrastructure, providing O&M services, and BUILDING the Engineering and Construction capacity of Afghanistan in order to support the coalition COIN strategy. On order, transitions the mission to the Afghanistan Government.Broader purposeTo establish enduring district programs and tools to deliver quality infrastructure as a key Coalition Force enabler. Leverage USACE competencies and resources to affect capacity development and improve the lives of the Afghan people.
4OverviewThe district’s program is comprised of five programs, including the Afghanistan National Army, the Afghanistan National Police, Military Construction, Operations & Maintenance and Infrastructure & Planning. In addition, the district’s Capacity Development Program helps to bolster the capacity of the Afghan people to design, engineer, build and maintain facilities as U.S. and Coalition partners transition out of the theater of operations.Coalition ForcesSuper FOB at Khair KhotSolar streetlights in KabulANA 201st Corps GarrisonNational Police Training CenterDrainage feature at 22 Bunkers
5Business Lines Afghanistan Engineer District - North BAGRAM GAMBERI ANSF O&M PROGRAMSitesACTIVE PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION247 projects valued at $2.3BFY11 PROGRAM240 projects valued at $2.9BTOTAL AED-N PORTFOLIONearly 500 projects valued at $5.2B, in addition to growing O&MGAMBERIBusiness LinesANAANPMILCONRoads & InfrastructureWater & ResourcesReal EstateO&MMain EffortNPTC
63rd Longest Duration in AED-N Who We Are in AED-NorthMilitary - 109Active Duty - 56RC/NG - 53USACE - 217Schedule A - 91Other - 55 (DoD, DoA, DoN)Contractors US - 172Contractors other - 143Local National - 411TOTAL AED-N = 1,198Vinny Schmoe,20 months,3rd Longest Duration in AED-NAfghan Security PersonnelLDP’ersDemographic dataTSgt Shanika McBride, USAFBogdan Figiel with President Hamid Karzai Presidential Information Communication Center DesignParis Embree, USACE Program Manager of the Year 2009As of 11 Jan 20116
7Why do we need help? Why do we need YOU? Our FY 11 program is our largest to date – 240 additional projects valued at $2.9 billionSince October, we’ve completed an average of one project per dayOur projects directly impact the counterinsurgency effortYou offer fresh perspectives to new projects and enduring challengesYour energy and driveYour expertise and knowledge of Corps programs and processesWhy do we need YOU?LAST 90 DAYS (green on map)=today()-BOD(A) <90NEXT 30 DAYS (amber on map)=BOD(S)-today()<30SELECTcontract_delivery,proj_name,bod_sch,bod_act,current_contractFROMcontract
8What’s in it for you?Professional Development and opportunities for promotionAttain your personal goalsExpand your horizonsNetwork and forge life-long friendships with new peopleRewarding work in a challenging environmentBe a part of history – help rebuild Afghanistan
9What else? Rest & Recuperation Keep in contact with loved ones easily Get one paid 21-day R&R for a 6-month tour, three 21-day R&Rs for a 12-month tourGo home and visit family or travel the worldKeep in contact with loved ones easilyPhones in every room with stateside numbersComputers with internet access provided in every roomWireless internet availableDeployment living expenses are paidLiving quartersMealsLaundryMedical care (restrictions apply)Uniforms are provided, free of charge
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